features

  • amazingly intuitive interface
    • based on gear mechanics
      • group and relate tracks by forming gear trains
      • superb for
        • combining different bar measures
        • relating track playback speeds (transmission)
        • structuring
        • performing
        • a/v synchronization
    • avoids clutter by focusing on its core features and mechanics
    • implicit synchronization mechanisms
    • suitable for beginners - being able to read music is no requirement
  • playful approach
    • real-time simulation
    • manifold performance capabilities
      • mute / unmute individual tracks
      • alter playback directions
      • enable / disable entire gear trains
      • manually drive the loops (scratching)
      • conveniently alter track speeds (gear transmission)
    • use programmable logic (Leibniz wheels)
  • powerful sequencing capabilities
    • almost unlimited tracks
    • individually adjustable gear segments (~ bar measures)
    • different concurrent playback speeds, live and dynamic control
    • supports audio, video, and images
      • multiple audio file formats, both compressed and uncompressed
        • .mp3;.wav;.flac;.ogg;.aiff;.aif;.wma;.aac;.m4a
      • multiple image file formats
        • .bmp;.exif;.gif;.png;.jpg;.bpm
      • multiple video file formats (that are imported as mjpeg files for fast frame-to-frame access)
        • .mp4;.flv;.avi;.mov;.wmv;.mpeg;.mpg;.3gp;.ogv;.mkv;.webm
      • import your own library / recordings / …
    • audio-visual programming
  • export your results (audio-/video session recording, save as a bundle for sharing)
  • ships with a neat sample library (more than 200 samples)
  • customizable key bindings
  • ui languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, simplified Chinese

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